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involuntary

Physiol (esp of a movement or muscle) performed or acting without conscious control
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It's usually a person who is in a sicker state that ends up in the hospital involuntarily because other people have decided that they can't make their decisions on their own behalf and they usually are considered a danger to themselves or others at least for a period of time," he continued.
The Philippines, as a state party to relevant instruments, such as the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, concretely manifested its solidarity with the United Nations (UN) in providing succor and relief to persons involuntarily displaced from their homelands as a consequence of political conflict," Coloma said.
We predicted that mental health would be worse for unemployed individuals than for individuals with regular or irregular employment, and individuals who were involuntarily unemployed would experience worse mental health than those who were voluntarily unemployed (Hypothesis 1).
If it is proposed that you be involuntarily admitted to an approved centre, you must be examined by a medical practitioner (who is not a relative and is not involved with an approved centre) within 24 hours of the making of an application.
If a traveler is involuntarily denied boarding on a flight, compensation for the denied seat belongs to the government," the regulation states.
Yet whether a firm delists voluntarily or involuntarily, some consequences may generally apply.
According to the law an individual can be involuntarily admitted if they have a 'severe mental disorder' and are a danger to the safety others.
JetBlue added that, ithe event a customer must involuntarily shorten their vacation due to a controllable event, the customer is entitled to a full Getaways credit for unused (including nonrefundable) night(s), tickets and activities, plus possible bonus compensation.
If Israel strikes Iran on its own accord it would involuntarily drag the US into a new war in the Middle East - one that America is very reluctant to fight.
In total, 326 children were admitted last year - 20 of those were involuntarily - an increase of more than 50% from the 2010 figure.
Both those who gave up driving voluntarily and involuntarily reported physical illness and vision problems as the main reasons they stopped driving.
Taxpayers that own trade or business real property that is involuntarily converted and would like to take advantage of the ability to own a similar investment in a faster growing state or even an emerging market without recognizing the gain from the conversion should consider Sec.